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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. "A Fascinating And Exotic Adventure." -Jeff Craig, Sixty Second Preview "Leonardo DiCaprio is electrifying" (David Sheehan, CBS-TV) in this adrenaline-drenched, tantalizingly seductive thriller from the director of Trainspotting. Richard (DiCaprio), a young American backpacker, is willing to risk his life for just one thing: that mind-blowing rush you can only get from braving the ultimate adventure. But on a secret, deceptively perfect beach, Richard will discover that "heaven on earth" can instantly change into a jungle of seduction and danger. Co-starring sexy newcomer Virginie Ledoyen, this "journey to the unexpected, full of surprises, twists and turns, love and romance, lust and desire" (Maris Sallas, GEMS) explores the hidden perils and dark places that lurk just beyond the shores of paradise... Actors Leonardo DiCaprio, Tilda Swinton, Virginie Ledoyen, Guillaume Canet, Daniel York & Robert Carlyle Director Danny Boyle Certificate 15 years and over Year 2000 Screen Widescreen 2.35:1 Languages English - Dolby Digital (5.1) Subtitles Czech ; Danish ; Finnish ; Hebrew ; Hungarian ; Icelandic ; Norwegian ; Polish ; Portuguese ; Swedish ; English For The Hearing Impaired Duration 1 hour and 55 minutes (approx)
Upon arriving in Bangkok, American backpacker Richard (Leonardo DiCaprio) is given a map by Daffy (Robert Carlyle), a drug-addicted Scot, which shows him the route to an idyllic island. Richard teams up with French couple Francoise (Virginie Ledoyen) and Etienne (Guillaume Canet) to make his way to the island, braving various dangers en route. The trio eventually reach their goal and discover a community of western travellers living on a paradise-like stretch of beach. Richard soon makes himself at home, embarking on a relationship with Francoise, but his new-found Eden proves to have hidden dangers when community leader Sal (Tilda Swinton) also becomes enamoured of him.